AT 3 P.m.
Students Supply Store i
t South University Ave.
SyRegents Gave Hoinoeophths ileaf-
hig After~ Legislature Pascsed
Cents per w(
day, 25c. A
er, 20c. Three
r.adfo Pnt of .ot
J .tl ay 11 UIIU r, U. yri ,,c. , .fls.... a i~ge t101aL..1.at~e
line. Classified, charged only to those havinlg phones. STRiING OUT OF MILL TAX
'welve cents a line, without contract, paid in advance. ~ LAW FMIJTATED ACTION
ICEBUSINESS OPPORTUNITY University officials Wednesday re-
______ _ viewed the steps leading to the Horn-
Replies are at the GOOD MONEY DURING VACATION., oeopathic merger .In 1921, sihowing
BA., PDU. Last year I had thirty-seven stu- thrat, the University took no direct
dents from Ann Arbor making from part in bringing" about conditions fav=-
rds. A complete flirty to one hundred dollars in one arable to the merger..
m at Schaebe~rle t week. If you think you are as good Early in the fall session of the
n St. 133 as th average coetp and ee me. Legislature in 1921 both houses~ pass-
'ORGETAll studen~ts making good during va- ed a concurrent resolution stating that
eRepir 'ainwl egve necpinl it would be advisable to discontinue the
reliable place j ly good offer this summer. Homoeopathic school as a separate
tirs. d irsibRS. PEAeD322 institution. This action was taken
Diamnd ire 62 E.Libety t. hon 321-J when it was found that the schooli
128-50 1 was attracting a relatively small num-
A.GU BUIDINGMONEY iN'O1 STUDENTS-Last week er of studenits in comparison to the
AGUE BUILDek cost of naintenance.
ercentage of ALL Shider earned $64.20;, Morri;,, $52.25;
~ i llonioeops Given Hearig
n n n~n nr r 0 attrsn'S4.** J*0 VttJ RL~nv_J : *4gVS. i" Y
Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Peas, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras' and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, ToL~accos
rewriter' Store. 11-5-501
tat Spring Suit at George
21 North University.
TOFFEE 35c. Pierces Cash
-Several fellows for unex-
mmner salesmanship propo-
facceptable. Elvery man
guaranteed more than
rs daily. Call Ruhl, 2340-1
,, 1433-M; or Miller, 437-
Little, $52.25; Anderson, $96.50,
selling New Indexed Bible. C. A.
Cook, Sales Manager, Lane hall, noxt
few days, between 5 and 6 any~ day,
will show you how to make your
summer vacation profitablet,
SPEND SUMMER IN Fl"GLAND ANI)
SCOTLAND. Large, responsible
concern desires service of three or
fou~r meni for work abroad this sum-
mer. Splendid chance to earn cax-
Fpenses. Must be able to finance self
at start.. Address WJI.TB. Care of
You~r chance to investigate the FUL-
LEFT, BRUSHT PROPOSITION.. Have
no regrets this surimmer. See Mr.
Burby at Michigan Unioni, Room 319,
Friday and Saturday, 9, to 12 and'
1 to 5. 133-2
SALESMEN- Steady employment.
throughout college career at good
pay. Apply 708 .lirst National Bank
Bldg. Teleph-one 10086. 130-
The resolution was presened to the
Board of Regents, with th~e request
that the :homoeopathic 'School be di-
continued. The Regents voted to give
the representatives of homoeopathy <t
hearing, jbefore' definite' ctonj was
ftak~en. This hearing took place on
Dec. 9, 1921, and at its conclusion the
Regents voted the merger of the two
Impetu~s was added to the mo~vement
in the legislature favoring a merger,.
by the strikig out of a compromising
clause in the mill tax bill in May
jThis provision stated ". . that
thie Board of Regents of the UiJversity
shall maintain at all tihdes a suffi-
cient corps of instructors in the de-
partments of said University as at
present constituted, and shall afford
pr'oper meanis and: facilities for in-
struction and graduation in each de-
partment of s"Od University.. said
Idepartmnents being known as the de-.
partment of literature, science, and the
arts, the department of medicine and
surgery, the department of law, the
school of pharmacy, the hoImbeopathic
medical college and the department
of dental surgery. Should the Board
of Regents fail to maintain any of the
said departments herein provi-led, tLen
at such time only 1-20 of a mill shall
ror i =If you do, take, a box, if you do
i ae . Easter Bc
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"If you ipant the best, yoQu tic(
s = lBe1sy Ra
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lighty Boost WmnicsoLaue
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ced not guess, but corm
See "Racing Hearts"
WANTED~-AT ONCE-Four. or five
studebts who are anxiouis to make
mon~ey. T1he Daily has several good
propositions ,which are highly de-
sirable, to offer. Call Daily offce
960 between 3 and 4. 131-3
HIEL1P VW4?1TD-Expe-rienced book,-
keeper., One experienced in bank-1
ing preferred. May secure steady.
part time work for the rest of the
schol year. Reply Bo~x PDU.
WANTED-April 1 to July 1 firL fl toor
apatm~ent or small house for 1ac-
ulty fam1ily of adults. Phone 1472-R.
LOST-D-iamond dinner ring, set in'
onyx.Lost Saturday in Nickel's Ar-I
cade. Reward, if returned to Jean!
Reidinni at Betsy Blarbour.
South of Campuis
Large shady lot,
Oak trimming downstairs,
All oak floors,
Laundry tubs, linen 0hute
C. LOUIS ANDREWS
.12 FIRST NAT'L. BANKi BLDG.
TEL. 306 4
LOST' B1etweeni St. Josepht's Sanitar-
im and E. Kingsley St., lady's gold
wrist watch, finder please return to
' Miss K~atherine Finn R.N., St,. Jo-
seph's Sanitariutm. Reward. 133-3
LOST-Wd~ing ring, white gold with
orange blossoms. - Probably lost in
neighbjorhood of~ University., Liberal
reward. Box 10 Daily Office. 131-31
LOST--The press in my trousers.
Found at Greene's. Call ~1449-M.
FOR 'SALE-Conn straight "C" so-
praiao saxophone. Finished in sil-
ver, with gold keys. Very little uts-
ed. $75.. Call 639-M for. Heidloff.,
FOR.SAL= Rincatsdirectly from
factory. Save money. Satiefaction !
guaranteed . Simons; 246-J.
FOR SALE-Remington Portable
'TWO HOUSES close to 'campu~. 13
rooms and 8, rooms respectively.
Good lot. Garage. Hot water heat.
Iff-ard wood floors. Fireplace. Price,
for the. two, $20,080 with $5,000
' ~MRS. GU STINE
-17 Nat'l Bank Phone 835-F-1
Evenings 835-F-2, 2738, 486-J.
We do Typewriting and Mimeograph-
jing; repair, buy, rent, sell, ex-
change, all mnakes of Typewriters.'
0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
1YOUJ GET PROMPT AND ACCURATE
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYPED by EXPERTS at BID-
DLES BOOK 0RS'TORE. 11 Nicke:
TYPEWRITING by expert stenogr'a-
riher. loc per page.. Call 989-R.
!;XPRT Tygewriter Repairing , all
*makes. Ann Arbor Tyr ewriter Ex-
Schange. Phone 866. 9 Savings Bank
OIRDER that Spring Suit at George
Kyer's, 721. North University.,
MLACE"$ AND PRESSERS
CLEANING, $1.25-Pressing, 35 denits.
Laundry" Agency.' L. 0. Clapp, 1119
S. Ujniversity. 121-'
Violation, Meant Reduetion
The violation of this clause at any
time would have meant that the Uni-
versity mill tax appropriation would
r have been reduced to an income of
$250,000 for that year.
This provision was contained in ev-
i ry mill tax bill that the Board of Re-
gents has~ presented to the Legisla-
ture since 1907, and perhaps earlier.,
When it was presented" in l9 2l the
clause was left intact by the Regents
as it had been for the past 14 years.
Where had never been any .sugges-
Uion of removing it.
During its passage through the Leg-
islature, however, 'it was perceivedl
that the clause was, inadequate be-
cause it did not properly 'designate
.the schools and .colleges of the 'Uni-
versity having become archaic in its'
meaning with the introduction of new.
depiartments in the University.
It was further believed that it ham°-
pered the Regents in their adminis-
tration of University affairs and for'
these two reasons it was, struck out
during its trip' through the two
The elimination of this clause op-
erred the way for; further Legislative
action in the fall when it was voted
to 'discontinue the homuoeopathic,
University olcils are emphaitic,. in;
disclaiming- any part in bringing
about either of these legislative mea-
LIBIRALS HOLD MEETING
SThe Liberal, Club, in a meeting last '
night at the Union, made plans for
bringing here, at group of promnent
speaker~s on political and economic
A change was introduced in the
meeting last night in that the pro-
gram conisisted' of a' general discus-
sion whereas in previous meetings a
definite arrangement had been em-
ployed. The topic which was debated.
last night was "Cooperation' In Rela-
tipn. to, Production and Distribution."
'Speak~s on French Paiter
The ,last lecture of the Cercle Fran-
casi series was given Wednesday aft-
ernoon at 4:15 o'clock in Natural. Sci-
ence auditorium by Prof. H. R. Thieme,
of the French department. "Jean
Francois Millet," the famous painter
of French peasant life, was the sub-
ject of the lecture which was, accom-
panried by slides of the artist's most
' * i_5 -
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FOR SALE.-Fo~ur May P'estival Cou-i
apiece. Phone 7716-M or call at 5401
F~OR SALE-Cor7ner lot, $55 down.
Also a new, modern seven room
bungailow. Call 1'286-W. 133-2°
F'OR SALE-Tan topcoat, size 36, in
excellent condition. Call 386-M.
FO)R ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on go
ceries, see Pierce's ad in then Wed-
nesday issue of the Daily. 125-50
ORDER that Spring Suit at d~eorge
Kyer's, 721 North University.
STOCK REDUCING SALE at 0. U~.
Morrills 17 Nickel's Arcade. 125-50
F'rank Wilson-Ashes and Rubbish
HIauled. Phone 2918-M.' 128-6
SAVE MONEY on 'your groceries at
Pierces Cashu Stores. 118-20
ANN ARBEOR CUSTOM SHOE FAC-
TORY: FBring your repairs where
shoes are made. Crepe soles at-
tached to 'your shoes. $2.75. Bring
them in today. Made-to-measure
orders-one week service. Satis-
faction guaranteed or money re-
White Sewing Machine Co.,
.205 E. Washington St., Phone 919.
wp - N %
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ROOMS FOR RENT-i suite, 1
sinrgle. Students or business men.
207 So. Ingalls. 13-2
,FOR IR '2
FORn HIRE--Enclosed car, with or
without driver. Phone 1758-R.
PH~ONE 2700, PACKAGE AND BAG-
GA'GE EXPRESS. 100-21
For Snappy Service at breakfast or
any' other time, try R E X' S CLUB
LUNCH, where Toasted Rolls. orig-
SPRING DRESSES made-suits 're-
able. 711 Haven Ave. 402-W.
lit '~' I
You'll Lik e It
DETROIT UNITED LI
Ann Arbor and Jackstm
(E astern' Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Car-
6:o a~.,7:q am., 8:oo am., 9:o5
a.m. and hourly to 9 :05 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west. of Ann Arbor)-9:47 a.m., and
every two houirs to 9.47 r.m.
"ocar 'CasEast Bqund-7 oo a.n.
adevery two 'hours to 9 :o p.in.,
z i :oo p.m. To Ypsilanti only-i i:4o
p.m., i1:15 a.mi.
To Saline-Change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-7 :5o a.ni.,j
To 'Jackson 'and Kalamiazoo-Ljnm
ited cars 8:47, 10:47 a~m.,' 12:47, 2:47P
To Jackson and Lansing-ILimited at
X ?~y a Ku~ppenheimer suit this season. You'll like the
sway it fits you, the way it. holds its shape, the value
yourge for' your money, the service and, the styIe
You'l know and your friends will tell you that you've
)'uade. _a =gilt~edge .investment in go od appearanice.